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KIDS CAMP OVERVIEW:

DATES:  JUNE 26-28

TIME:  9AM - 4PM  (lunch included, 8am early drop off permitted, late pick-up until 5PM) 

LOCATION:  PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE - Ross E Templeton Physical Education Center - 5th Ave, Clinton, SC 29325

AGES:  1ST-12TH GRADE

COST:  $200

SPOTS ARE LIMITED!

KIDS CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:

What’s Included

• Dedicated instruction from Division 1 college coaches and PC players

• Daily lunch

• Each camper will receive a free camp T-shirt!

• Confidence building and teamwork training

• Daily contests and games (drills, 3 on 3, 5 on 5 games, etc.)

• Awards Ceremony

• Trainer on site

• Equal playing time

• Fun learning environment! Great for All levels of player!

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Who Can Participate

Quinton Ferrell Basketball Camp is open to kids between 1st-12th grade. Space is limited.

Cost

$200

Camp tuition is due in full at the time of registration.

Facilities

ROSS E. TEMPLETON PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER

The center bears the name of the late Ross E. Templeton ’24, distinguished alumnus and business leader of Charlotte and Clinton, who was a life-long devotee of PC sports. The Furman Pinson Arena seats more than 2,000 spectators. In 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Staton provided a new floor for the facility. Ample classrooms, multi-purpose space, and equipment serve the physical education instruction program.

Meals

Campers are served free lunch daily, but are welcome to pack their own lunch for camp.

Should your camper have any dietary restrictions and/or food allergies, please let us know at registration.

Concessions/Bank

Campers will have daily access to snacks and refreshments for purchase at the concession stand. We will provide a camp bank to deposit campers’ money for these miscellaneous purchases.

Medical Staff

There will be a Certified Trainer and Registered Nurse on-site for the duration of camp to address any injuries or illnesses.

What to Bring:

• Basketball sneakers

• Comfortable clothing (i.e. basketball shorts and tshirt)

• A water bottle (water stations will be available in each facility for refills)

• Any monies to be held in camp bank for concession stand purchases

Health and Safety

Our greatest priority is the health and safety of our camp participants and staff. We will continue to closely monitor the ongoing global pandemic and set camp policies following the guidance of the CDC. At this time, masks are optional.

• Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should not report to camp until after receiving a negative test.

• Any day camp participant who presents COVID-19 symptoms while on campus will be removed from participation and must have a parent or designated adult caregiver pick up the individual.

 

Cancellation Policy

For a cancellation that occurs more than two weeks before the start of your camp session, please contact camp administrators.

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